Valores profesionales de enfermería en el posmodernismo: una revisión sistemática

  • Margarita Poblete Troncoso Facultad de Ciencias de la Salud, Universidad Católica del Maule
  • Marcelo Correa Schnake Facultad de Ciencias Religiosas y Filosóficas, Universidad Católica del Maule
  • Pamela Aguilera Rojas Facultad de Ciencias de la Salud, Universidad Católica del Maule
  • Juan Carlos González Acuña Escuela de Enfermería Universidad Autónoma de Chile, sede Talca

Abstract

The postmodern society based on a neoliberal model questions the strong value component characteristic of professional nursing care. Faced with this situation, the question arises: How is valuation training faced by nursing students and how are these students living in the practice of care? Objective: To analyze what has been researched in the last ten years about the ethical formation in nursing students and the value practice of these professionals in a postmodern society. Methodology: Mixed systematic review of a narrative nature that I consider the last ten years (2008-2018), includes 76 articles, of which 48 were selected for analysis. The databases were revised: ProQuest, ProQuest education Database, ProQuest Religion Database, Ebsco, Cuiden, Dialnet plus, Latindex, Scielo, SCOPUS and Google academic. Conclusions: Postmodernism upsets professional values, both in the practice of care and in the training of future professionals, for this reason it is necessary to strengthen and adapt the traditional values between the academy and the clinic, focusing the training on the teacher as a model of professional practice.
Keywords nursing education; nursing ethics; postmodernism
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Poblete Troncoso, M., Correa Schnake, M., Aguilera Rojas, P., & González Acuña, J. (2019). Valores profesionales de enfermería en el posmodernismo: una revisión sistemática. Acta Bioethica, 25(2), 243-252. Retrieved from https://revistas.uchile.cl/index.php/AB/article/view/54814/57883
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2019-10-30